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#project#CPUStatsDESCRIPTIONThis project will give you the possibility to see the usage (%) of your CPU in real time, depending on the workload on each state.
Main features:
· Total CPU usage (%) in real time.
· Statusbar (text) or Overlay display.The project is in an experimental state, so expect failures, or errors in the final calculations.
As I don't have a x86 device, the project will work but will propably not report correct values for CPU usage (regardless of the formula applied, containing errors or not), as the internal Kernel clock is measured in a different clock rate.Notes:- A rooted device is needed to use this project.
- Use 'Setup' and 'Setup (UI)' tasks to configure it, and 'Launch' task to use it.
- To use statusbar info style,AutoNotificationwill be required.- Tasker is not the best way to monitor the CPU usage, as it runs on the main thread. So, use it at your own risk.CREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverVERSIONv1.0

#project#StudentClassRecorderDESCRIPTIONIf you are a student, and you are worried about not being able to remember what was said exactly in class days ago, or a given date, this project will be quite useful.
You can also use it, in case you belong to a group, to automate the uploads of each recording to a folder in your GDrive cloud. In this way, everyone will have collaborative access to what was said in class.

Main features:
· Fully automated recordings, based on the official hours of each subject (start/end).
· Automatic (or manual) upload to GDrive. (optional)
· Auto rename audio files with subject names and time periods.
· Auto move files to a given directory. (optional)

Because the project has the ability to listen and record everything that happens around the device itself, you will be solely and ultimately responsible for its consequences of use.
(listening to and recording private conversations without the consent of any of the parties involved, may be illegal in some countries, and incur legal action)

Notes:
- You will only have to configure 'SCR - Setup' and 'SCR - Setup (GDrive)' tasks, plus 'SCR - Time' profile (*). Then, you can control the whole project from within 'SCR - Toggle State' task.
- If you are going to upload recordings to GDrive, a working Google account will be needed. (Do not forget to set up the 'SCR - Setup (GDrive)' task)
- I have used 'Hi-Q MP3 Recorder' (intents available) to record audio, as it has many more options than Tasker to enhance audio quality. But you can use yours if you like. Just substitute according actions from both 'SCR - Recording (start)' and 'SCR - Recording (stop)' tasks.- (*) The 'SCR - Time' profile is used to automatically set recording time (start/end) for the next day. It's configured to do so at 00:00 at night. But you can customize it, for example, if your classes match those hours.
- If it happens that you have the same subject in two consecutive periods of time (with rest in between, or not), and want to create separate audio files for each time, for example: Maths at 08:00 to 08:55 and 09:00 to 09:55, write 'Maths,Maths' in 'SCR - Setup' task. Finally, add time as '08.00-08.55,09.00-09.55' in the same task as well.
- When GDrive uploads are enabled, regardless of whether it is 'auto' or 'manual', only the last recorded session (all recordings during the day) will be uploaded. If you want to upload recordings from previous days, use the 'SCR - Upload Files (manual)' task. (This will upload all files from previous days that have not been uploaded, omitting those already in the cloud)
- If you are going to use another recording method, or change the default path of Hi-Q MP3 Recorder app, make sure to edit all the actions labeled as 'Yellow'.CREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverVERSIONv1.0

#project#DeadPixelAnalyzerDESCRIPTIONThis will help you diagnose the display, in case you have dead or locked pixels.This won't fix those affected pixels. It only helps to find them.(There is currently no API that allows it. This is part of the hardware, not software)Notes:- During Auto and Manual modes, right swipe to close it. Sigle tap to change next color and long tap to return to the previous one within Manual mode.CREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverCHANGELOG- New: Return to the previous color. (only for manual mode)VERSIONv1.1

#project#DeadPixelAnalizerDESCRIPTIONThis will help you diagnose the display, in case you have dead or locked pixels.This won't fix those affected pixels. It only helps to find them.(There is currently no API that allows it. This is part of the hardware, not software)CREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverVERSIONv1.0

#project#MaterialColorPaletteDESCRIPTIONHere you have a very useful project if you usually work a lot with colors. Well now you will have them more at hand than ever, and without the need of third-party apps. 😉
Some info about Material Design Colors
TheGoogle Material Designcolor palette uses a 10-point scale of 50 to 900, with 50 being the lightest tint, 900 being the darkest shade, and 500 representing the primary color. They also introduce an almost neon-like A-series for most colors (A100, A200, A400, and A700).
The Material Design color palette comprises primary and accent colors that can be used for illustration or to develop your brand colors. They’ve been designed to work harmoniously with each other.

Notes:
- Single tap on second screen to copy color hexadecimal code (with alpha portion), and long tap to copy the same but with HTML format (without alpha portion).CREDITS@SmartPhoneLover@Raiden1982CHANGELOGv1.1 (update)- New: New version of the project that uses HTML style. (Big thanks to@Raiden1982for providing it)v1.1
- Fix: Single/long tap was working even if the '%(value)' variable was not set. (affects A### colors)
- Other: Cleanup up of every 'Color (#) [top]' element from 'Secondary Colors' scene. (less xml size)
- Other: Deleted debug action from 'Setup (UI)' task.VERSIONv1.1 (UPDATE)

#project#MaterialColorPaletteDESCRIPTIONHere you have a very useful project if you usually work a lot with colors. Well now you will have them more at hand than ever, and without the need of third-party apps. 😉
Some info about Material Design Colors
TheGoogle Material Designcolor palette uses a 10-point scale of 50 to 900, with 50 being the lightest tint, 900 being the darkest shade, and 500 representing the primary color. They also introduce an almost neon-like A-series for most colors (A100, A200, A400, and A700).
The Material Design color palette comprises primary and accent colors that can be used for illustration or to develop your brand colors. They’ve been designed to work harmoniously with each other.

Notes:
- Single tap on second screen to copy color hexadecimal code (with alpha portion), and long tap to copy the same but with HTML format (without alpha portion).CREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverCHANGELOG- Fix: Single/long tap was working even if the '%(value)' variable was not set. (affects A### colors)- Other: Cleanup up of every 'Color (#) [top]' element from 'Secondary Colors' scene. (less xml size)
- Other: Deleted debug action from 'Setup (UI)' task.VERSIONv1.0

#project#TaskerAppLockerDESCRIPTIONHere is the successor to the set of scenes 'Custom LockScreen Scenes'. Now considered as a project, with the possibility of blocking apps without the need of third-party apps.
Basically, it is a project that will allow you to have your own app block solution to those applications that you consider necessary.

These are some of its main features:
· Four different lock screen styles available: Password (PIN), NockCode, PadLock, Pattern.
· Switchable from a single task, and Tasker will do the rest.
· Customizable background lockscreen: images or solid colors.
· Extra resources available to fully costumize it as you like.
· And more... (?)CREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverCHANGELOG- New: Separate background scene. (Configure it from 'TAL - Setup' task)- New: 'Setup' + 'Setup (UI)' tasks, where you can now manage your locking codes, lock style, and scenes text sizes/colors from a single place, respectively.
- New: Some extra buttons styles (color). (Download them from 'Extra Resources (ZIP)')
- Other: All bundled in a single XML project file. (Now considered as a project)
- Other: From now on it will be named as 'Tasker App Locker'.
- Other: English translation.
- Other: All Global vars renamed to match prj base name.
- Other: Deleted some unnecessary actions. (them were just optional and used based on personal needs)
- Other: Replaced flash action with a padlock icon when switching on/off.
- Other: No need of MaxLock app anymore. (Use 'TAL - Apps (open)' and 'TAL - Apps (close)' profiles to select apps)
- Other: Some more changes here and there.VERSIONv1.0 (v1.2 old one)

#project#MaterialColorPaletteDESCRIPTIONHere they have a very useful project if they usually work a lot with colors. Well now you will have them more at hand than ever, and without the need of third-party apps. 😉
Some info about Material Design Colors
TheGoogle Material Designcolor palette uses a 10-point scale of 50 to 900, with 50 being the lightest tint, 900 being the darkest shade, and 500 representing the primary color. They also introduce an almost neon-like A-series for most colors (A100, A200, A400, and A700).
The Material Design color palette comprises primary and accent colors that can be used for illustration or to develop your brand colors. They’ve been designed to work harmoniously with each other.

Notes:
- Single tap on second screen to copy color hexadecimal code (with alpha portion), and long tap to copy the same but with HTML format (without alpha portion).CREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverVERSIONv1.0

#project#CurrentAppActivityDESCRIPTIONThis project will allow you to show the app name, package name and class name of current activity. And in real time!
Notes:
- If you are not rooted, you will need to grant the 'android.permission.DUMP' permission to Tasker via ADB.
- The project uses the %(WIN) variable, so it requires to have the 'App Check Method' set as 'Accessibility' to work well.
- If you don't mind switching App Check Method manually every time you want to use the project, it's OK. But, you have an optional action on both 'CAA - Start' & 'CAA - Stop' tasks, that will switch such option automatically for you.
- About the last two notes before this one: As you can now get values in a loop process, instead of using the profile, if decided; there's no need to toggle 'App Check Method' now. So, you can disable both actions labeled as 'Optional'.
- Use the 'CAA - Setup (Work Method)' task to choose how the project will work. (dumpsys window, by default)CREDITS@SmartPhoneLover@GeovanDamasceno@killer7ModCHANGELOG- New: Added an alternative method (dumpsys input). (Thanks to@Killer7Mod)- New: Loop method check, which will help the values update faster, if necessary. (Use the 'CAA - Launch (loop)' task to use it)VERSIONv1.2

#project#CurrentAppActivityDESCRIPTIONThis project will allow you to show the app name, package name and class name of current activity. And in real time!
Notes:
- If you are not rooted, you will need to grant the 'android.permission.DUMP' permission to Tasker via ADB.
- The project uses the %(WIN) variable, so it requires to have the 'App Check Method' set as 'Accessibility' to work well.
- If you don't mind switching App Check Method manually every time you want to use the project, it's OK. But, you have an optional action on both 'CAA - Start' & 'CAA - Stop' tasks, that will switch such option automatically for you.CREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverCHANGELOG- Fix: Missing notification category for Android Oreo+.- Fix: Not showing any value on some devices. (1° attempt) (Thanks to@GeovanDamascenofor testing)- Other: Allow to get info from current foreground app just after launching the task.
- Other: Notification as permanent, to avoid being dismissed accidentally.
- Other: UI improvements.VERSIONv1.1

#project#CustomStockNavbarDESCRIPTIONThis project emulates the Android stock navbar, showing the three main Android buttons: Back, Home and Recents. More can be added of course ;)
Notes:
- This project is mainly focused for those devices that doesn't have physical navigation buttons. Instead virtual ones.
- If you want to disable permanently the stock Android's navbar, not just hide it, add the 'qemu.hw.mainkeys=0' property to the build.prop file, located on/systempartition. Or you can use the Build.prop Editor project to do so instead ;)CREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverVERSIONv1.1

#project#ProximitySensorWorkaroundRedmiNote7DESCRIPTIONIf you're the owner of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7, you may (or may not) have noticed that the proximity sensor stops responding randomly. So, the only solution was to disable it for calls temporarily, and after rebooting the device, turn on it again.
Other ways to make it work again, was:
· Enabling auto-brightness, or (*) pocket detection.

Well, I have applied the same trick as described above, but fully automated. (*)

This project includes an Initial Setup task that needs to be executed when it is imported from TaskerNet
(It can be deleted after imported)

Notes:
- As the project writes to the Global settings table, you will need root to allow it to work. Or at least try using the Tasker Settings helper app if you are not rooted. (Using Tasker app)
- Do not forget to grant the 'WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS' permission to Tasker, or enable Write System Settings to the package name of the generated app that I provide to you if you decide to use it by this way (root needed anyway).
- I will keep supporting it, if necessary (bugs) until Xiaomi decides to fix it on their official ROMs. (also present in other official based ROMs too)
- The icon from the generated app was taken from icons8 (free licence), and edited.CREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverVERSIONv1.0

#project#ColorPickerARGBDESCRIPTIONI have re-worked the task and scene appearing on this Tasker forum. So, original credits goes to 'Patrick Herbst' and the other members that offered later versions.
These are the changes I have made on my new version:
· Re-worked main UI
· Made it faster when choosing and rendering the picked color
· Solved an error that caused the sliders to return to their previous position, showing a wrong final color selection
· Reduced number Globar %vars to just one
· Now you can copy the hex color to clipboardCREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverCHANGELOG- New: You can now adjust scene text color and size of all text elements through the 'CP - Setup (UI)' task.- Other: Removed the alpha bg file, and replaced it by an integrated WebView element. So no more ext. Resources are needed now.
- Other: Small changes to the scene.
- Other: Moved to Project type.VERSIONv1.2

#project#CamScannerAutoDESCRIPTIONIf you knowCamScannerapp for Android, this project can help you on scanning docs.
It allows the user to avoid using any button while scanning documents. Only use the proximity sensor to start/stop auto shots.

Main features:
- Countdown
- Space left check on each shot
- Auto-shots (you will only have to start or stop it using the proximity sensor)

This project includes an Initial Setup task that needs to be executed when it is imported from TaskerNet
(It can be deleted after imported)

Notes:
· Use the notification to switch on/off the proximity sensor state. (for safety)
· No manual execution of any task is required. Just import it, enable the App profile, and once CamScanner is opened you can use it.
· You will need the AutoInput plugin to use it.

CREDITS@SmartPhoneLoverVERSIONv1.0

#project#TaskerProjectsTrackerCHANGELOG- New: Download links (as simple or clickeable text) and screenshots (as pics) for prj/prf/tsk/scn(s) can now be included. (External links are the only soported ones, in other words, raw data (e.g.: binary) cannot be stored into the database directly)- New: Users can now be aware of a more direct way with the new internal message broadcasting system.
- New: Those scenes that may need to be accessed frequently while editing/previewing info (e.g.: adding download links), can now be restored without loosing any data, or having to reload the whole process. (Use the upper right corner checkbox, if available)
- New: Added time context profile for Dev's version, to allow uploading the DB automatically once a day.
- New: All tabs results are now alphabetically sorted (ASC).
- New: A dot pointer (indicator), just below the 'UPLOAD' button, will tell you if there are changes that you have not shared yet. It will be restored after uploading last changes. (Dev version)
- Fix: The archived content was possible to publish directly. (Dev side)
- Fix: Wrong text position for content information scene on 'ARCHIVED' tab.
- Other: Optimizations on search methods for SQL statements.
- Other: The date and time format for the internal project log can now be customized from 'TPTA - Setup (UI)' task. (Dev version)
- Other: Reworked the whole code of both project versions.
- Other: The value stored into the 'TPTA_temporal' variable when reading db file, was reordered and cleaned up to help developing the project on future versions.
- Other: DB reworked to allow it storing new data type. (Devs will need to use the 'TPTA - Update Database' task to move data from old to new version of the database: Instructions included within the task itself)
- Other: Minor fixes that didn't affect the project functionality, but caused arrays() to be created without a real purpose. So they could hinder the use of it in future versions.
- Other: Changed the way in which some scene elements were working against certain situations, to tell what fields were editable and which ones not (Dev side). And the same for the ones to preview info (Dev and Client side).
- Other: Now the database needs to be read more times per cycle than on v1.0 when we move from one scene to another, but will prevent 'TPTX_temporal' variable of being overloaded (and truncated) if for whatever reason it could reach maximum storage size. It will also help to track what info comes from and goes to when debugging.
- Other: Added missing labels (lots of them), to guide the user what each part of the project does.

* As the database was reworked to allow it to store new data, a full manual clean up of both project versions working directories (/sdcard/Tasker/Resources/*) will be needed. After that, devs and clients, download new 'Resources (ZIP)' file again for v1.1, and place each one where appropriate for each.
* Clients, do not forget to update your project versions too. Or you won't be able to use new features from v1.1 of dev's project!
* Devs: Do not worry about the multiple local child variables (local arrays) that may be created when moving between scenes. Info from db won't be affected, as them will be deleted just after closing (not just hidding) previous scenes. Just take care to not reuse them when developing it.VERSIONv1.1

#project#TaskerProjectsTrackerDESCRIPTIONThis is an initiative that I decided to take to give the possibility to all those users who like to create projects often, and for all those who tend to be aware of the publications of the previous ones.
That is, a project, also designed entirely in Tasker hehe, that you, as developers, will have the possibility to offer everyone else a real-time follow-up of your work, like: content planned to be created, whatever you are currently working, individualized development progress, history of your work, and much more.

But it can also be very useful for those developers who like to keep track of their own projects. (I include myself)

Main features:
· Real time updates.
· Automatic and manual checks for changes. (client side)
· Be aware of dev's current, planned and archived projects.
· Dedicated history section, with all dev's work.
· Basic log based on date and time (UTC) for dev's actions.
· Classify content by: name, type of content (project, task...), description, dedicated changelog, and more.
· Statusbar notifications for upload/download process of DB files, for both devs and clients, respectively.
· Include screenshots and download links for all your projects (new)
· Stay in touch with your followers in a more direct and personalized way, thanks to the new broadcasting messaging system. (new)

Setup:
- Client...
You as a follower of the developer's projects, these are the things you have to configure in your project:
1. Take and open the GDrive (PC or Android) link that the developer will provide to you, and add the folder (not the file) that will appear, to your account. (use the 'Add to My Drive' option)
2. In the project, use the 'TPTB - Setup (UI)' and 'TPTB - Setup (GDrive)' tasks to configure it.
3. That's all!

- Developer...
You as a developer of your projects, these are the things you have to configure in your project:
1. Go to your GDrive (PC or Android) account, and create the directory/directories where you want Tasker to store the DB file.
2. Create a share link for the last, if multiple, available directory as: 'Can View' (only).
3. Then, share that link with your users. (as mine below)
4. In the project, use the 'TPTA - Setup (UI)' and 'TPTA - Setup (GDrive)' tasks to configure it.
5. That's all!

This is the shared folder that you (client) have to import to the root of your GDrive account:https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kxD-y7rOKivD1LyUVzwObqA3WXb6XxjV(Link owner: @SmartPhoneLover)
Notes:
- Thanks to@Universofor helping with the SQL statements.- A working GDrive account, for both the client and developer, will be needed to use this project.
- Do not use the 'dash + vertical broken bar + dash' (-¦-) expression in any text field. It is used as a column separator during the data extraction process from the database.
- Time from logs are in UTC format, automatically converted from the dev's device. So, take that time format into account, compared to where you are.
- If the original developer of this project (@SmartPhoneLover) considers it necessary to update your databases, due to an internal restructuring of it, the developers have at their disposal the task 'TPTA - Update Database', included in the same project. (Instructions within the same task)- Due to a limitation by Tasker, everything related to the text of the 'Menu' elements of the 'TPTX_Main' scene, such as: font type, size, color ..., must be edited individually and manually from each from them. Same for 'Spinner' elements.CREDITS@SmartPhoneLover@Universo

#project#ScreenRecorder#FREEDESCRIPTIONThis time I bring you another new project to make Tasker record the screen, and also, take screenshots and draw on screen.I got inspired bythisone, from@MiAndroidVerde. But also, by personal needs, and just to enjoy playing with Tasker ;)
Main features:
· For users without root access (*)
· Friendly and intuitive built-in settings control panel
· Record screen
· Take screenshots
· Stand-alone Draw On Screen system (**) [experimental]
· Overlay elements (text, logo and blinking dot)
· Countdown (animated)
· Snackbar as a quick control (only some actions)
· And maybe some new features in the future... ;)

* I have the plan to build another version of the same project, but for root users soon. It will have more parameters to be customized, and won't need to use AutoInput as recording method.
** Many thanks to@gerardo246(Erik Quispe) to develop and bring us to this project the ability to draw on screen, using only Tasker.
This first version I have made it is mainly aimed for users without root access, making use of the AutoInput plugin to record screen, and take pictures. And by the other hand, to be able to draw on screen, an external app will be needed. (the project itself, while running, will let you know if you don't have the app, to install it)
I have tried to do it in such a way that it was as easy and intuitive as possible to handle and configure it. So I won't explain how does it work deeply, and/or how to configure it, as it'll be easy to.

But, for initial setup and startup, I will explain it below:
-Initial Setup: As I have included a settings control panel into the project to make the setup more bearable, it has several text elements, and not only here, but within other project's parts;* Text *Size *and Text Color properties have to be set for every specific device. I decided to create the project by this way to make much easier the task of adjusting all (capable) scene's elements, to fit correctly on the screen, depending on user's custom DPI and text size, and also by the preferences of the user. So, to customize it, these are the tasks you will have to edit, changing all %vars values after every 'UI SETTINGS' label: SR - Start, SR - SR - Stop, SR - Prepare, SR - Settings.-Initial Startup: To launch the project the 'SR - Prepare' task have to be run. Nothing more. (all remaining tasks, and profiles also, will be automatically managed by Tasker, so do not launch/activate them manually, but for testing purposes only)
Notes:
- As said before, AutoInput is required to allow the recording of the screen, and to take screenshots for non-root users.
- AutoNotification plugin is used to generate notifications.AUTHOR@SmartPhoneLoverVERSION1.3CHANGELOG- New: independent draw system (experimental)- New: two new options for Snackbar: Open & Share
- New: scan media action to make files appear immediately on gallery
- Fix: all info buttons inside Settings panel, except for VIDEO category, were not showing the correct description
- Other: moved pre-set '%SR_settings' variable to 'SR - Prepare' task, to avoid the need of launching the Settings panel on first launch, so now import it and just start recording

#project#ScreenRecorder#FREEDESCRIPTIONThis time I bring you another new project to make Tasker record the screen, and also, take screenshots and draw on screen.I got inspired bythisone, from@MiAndroidVerde. But also, by personal needs, and just to enjoy playing with Tasker ;)
Main features:
· For users without root access (*)
· Friendly and intuitive built-in settings control panel
· Record screen
· Take screenshots
· Stand-alone Draw On Screen system (**) [experimental]
· Overlay elements (text, logo and blinking dot)
· Countdown (animated)
· Snackbar as a quick control (only some actions)
· And maybe some new features in the future... ;)

* I have the plan to build another version of the same project, but for root users soon. It will have more parameters to be customized, and won't need to use AutoInput as recording method.
** Many thanks to@gerardo246(Erik Quispe) to develop and bring us to this project the ability to draw on screen, using only Tasker.
This first version I have made it is mainly aimed for users without root access, making use of the AutoInput plugin to record screen, and take pictures. And by the other hand, to be able to draw on screen, an external app will be needed. (the project itself, while running, will let you know if you don't have the app, to install it)
I have tried to do it in such a way that it was as easy and intuitive as possible to handle and configure it. So I won't explain how does it work deeply, and/or how to configure it, as it'll be easy to.

But, for initial setup and startup, I will explain it below:
-Initial Setup: As I have included a settings control panel into the project to make the setup more bearable, it has several text elements, and not only here, but within other project's parts;* Text *Size *and Text Color properties have to be set for every specific device. I decided to create the project by this way to make much easier the task of adjusting all (capable) scene's elements, to fit correctly on the screen, depending on user's custom DPI and text size, and also by the preferences of the user. So, to customize it, these are the tasks you will have to edit, changing all %vars values after every 'UI SETTINGS' label: SR - Start, SR - SR - Stop, SR - Prepare, SR - Settings.-Initial Startup: To launch the project the 'SR - Prepare' task have to be run. Nothing more. (all remaining tasks, and profiles also, will be automatically managed by Tasker, so do not launch/activate them manually, but for testing purposes only)
Notes:
- As said before, AutoInput is required to allow the recording of the screen, and to take screenshots for non-root users.
- AutoNotification plugin is used to generate notifications.AUTHOR@SmartPhoneLoverVERSION1.3CHANGELOG- New: independent draw system (experimental)- New: two new options for Snackbar: Open & Share
- New: scan media action to make files appear immediately on gallery
- Fix: all info buttons inside Settings panel, except for VIDEO category, were not showing the correct description
- Other: moved pre-set '%SR_settings' variable to 'SR - Prepare' task, to avoid the need of launching the Settings panel on first launch, so now import it and just start recording

#project#ScreenRecorder#FREEDESCRIPTIONThis time I bring you another new project to make Tasker record the screen, and also, take screenshots and draw on screen.I got inspired bythisone, from@MiAndroidVerde. But also, by personal needs, and just to enjoy playing with Tasker ;)
Main features:
· For users without root access (*)
· Friendly and intuitive built-in settings control panel
· Record screen
· Take screenshots
· Stand-alone Draw On Screen system (**) [experimental]
· Overlay elements (text, logo and blinking dot)
· Countdown (animated)
· Snackbar as a quick control (only some actions)
· And maybe some new features in the future... ;)

* I have the plan to build another version of the same project, but for root users soon. It will have more parameters to be customized, and won't need to use AutoInput as recording method.
** Many thanks to@gerardo246(Erik Quispe) to develop and bring us to this project the ability to draw on screen, using only Tasker.
This first version I have made it is mainly aimed for users without root access, making use of the AutoInput plugin to record screen, and take pictures. And by the other hand, to be able to draw on screen, an external app will be needed. (the project itself, while running, will let you know if you don't have the app, to install it)
I have tried to do it in such a way that it was as easy and intuitive as possible to handle and configure it. So I won't explain how does it work deeply, and/or how to configure it, as it'll be easy to.

But, for initial setup and startup, I will explain it below:
-Initial Setup: As I have included a settings control panel into the project to make the setup more bearable, it has several text elements, and not only here, but within other project's parts;* Text *Size *and Text Color properties have to be set for every specific device. I decided to create the project by this way to make much easier the task of adjusting all (capable) scene's elements, to fit correctly on the screen, depending on user's custom DPI and text size, and also by the preferences of the user. So, to customize it, these are the tasks you will have to edit, changing all %vars values after every 'UI SETTINGS' label: SR - Start, SR - SR - Stop, SR - Prepare, SR - Settings.-Initial Startup: To launch the project the 'SR - Prepare' task have to be run. Nothing more. (all remaining tasks, and profiles also, will be automatically managed by Tasker, so do not launch/activate them manually, but for testing purposes only)
Notes:
- As said before, AutoInput is required to allow the recording of the screen, and to take screenshots for non-root users.
- AutoNotification plugin is used to generate notifications.AUTHOR@SmartPhoneLoverVERSION1.3CHANGELOG- New: independent draw system (experimental)- New: two new options for Snackbar: Open & Share
- New: scan media action to make files appear immediately on gallery
- Fix: all info buttons inside Settings panel, except for VIDEO category, were not showing the correct description
- Other: moved pre-set '%SR_settings' variable to 'SR - Prepare' task, to avoid the need of launching the Settings panel on first launch, so now import it and just start recording